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Analyzing the Present to Protect the Future

Conservation in a Changing World

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Wood Thrush banded at HMF

Hi, my name's Jeff Brown and welcome to my homepage. I am a 4th year PhD candidate at Rutgers University in the Lockwood Lab. My main interests are teaching and conservation. I primarily focus on conservation in urban settings and the challenges posed by human influence. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or would like to know more.

My research and interest using only the 1000 most common English words:

I study groups of trees where there are lots of people. My focus is flying animals and little little animals. I study to keep green places safe. Humans often make green places bad and I study why.

Getting students to learn is also important to me. I talk about flying animals, animals with backs, animal acting, and keeping trees safe. Getting young students into learning / studying is important to me.

Use this site to try it with your own research: http://splasho.com/upgoer5/

Click the links above or to the right to learn more

curriculum vitae

CV: (word file) (pdf)

➤ LOCATION

Rutgers University
14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ
08901

 CONTACT

Jeffrey.a.brown@rutgers.edu